Jack In The Box Reveals New Plant-Based Impossible Burger

Jack In The Box Reveals New Plant-Based Impossible Burger
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Jack in the Box has teamed up with Impossible Foods to test their plant-based beef patty at select locations in the Phoenix, Arizona area.

From October 18 through December 12, 2021, participating Jack in the Box restaurants will be giving fans the option to substitute an Impossible Burger patty for a $1 or $1.50 extra per patty for any burger on the chain’s core menu, including fan favorites such as the Bacon Ultimate Cheeseburger, Classic Buttery Jack, Jumbo Jack Cheeseburger and more.

The limited time test makes Jack in the Box the first and only major fast-food restaurant chain that allows customers to sub an Impossible Burger patty for any core burger.

The Impossible Burger patty, which is made with soy protein, coconut oil, sunflower oil, potato protein and heme, has been designed to cook, taste, and sizzle just like a Jack burger with as much protein as 80/20 ground beef, but with 0mg cholesterol (14g total fat, 8g saturated fat per serving) and without antibiotics or animal hormones.

Fans in Phoenix can order Impossible Burger in-store or through delivery partners, including DoorDash, Uber Eats, Grubhub and Postmates.

Will you be trying out Jack in the Box’s new plant-based burger? Let us know what you think down in the comments.


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